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Monday, 6 Feb 2012
Panasonic and Sony are expecting record losses as the year progresses. Panasonic is expected to come off the worse of the two with a projected net loss of US$10.2 billion.
Macworld 2012 has concluded and there were quite a few products and concepts on display. One that caught our eye was the LandingZone, a docking station for your MacBook Air.
Advanced Micro Devices (AMD) unveiled its tablet strategy for 2012-2013 with the announcement of two mobile processors, codenamed Hondo and Temash. Hondo will be powering Windows 8 tablets coming out this year while Temash is tipped as its successor in 2013.
No internet connection on your Android device and you need a file within Google Docs for your last minute meeting? Fortunately, an update to the Google Docs Android app lets you select any file in Google Docs to make it available offline.
Corning's Gorilla Glass is renowned for its resilience and strength, so it 's no surprise that Samsung has decided to team up with the glass substrate manufacturer to develop better AMOLED screens to be used in smartphones and Super OLED TVs.
Friday, 3 Feb 2012
Popular cloud storage service Dropbox is currently offering up to 4.5GB of extra space for users who volunteer to try its experimental build 1.3.12. The new build allows users to automatically sync photos from cameras, phones and SD cards with their accounts.
Rumored for a Q4 2012 release, the Apollo update for Microsoft's Windows Phone platform has its details leaked. New hardware support such as multi-core, NFC and new screen resolutions, on top of a streamlined integration with Windows 8, have been revealed.
A supposedly leaked image of what appears to be a variant of the Samsung Galaxy SII running Android 4.0 Ice Cream Sandwich has surfaced. It is rumored that it will debut in MWC 2012.
According to reports from the Cult of Mac and Mashable, songs with explicit lyrics will be automatically replaced by clean versions when they are uploaded to the iTunes Match service.
Thursday, 2 Feb 2012
Researchers from Switzerland have reportedly discovered a way to use molybdenite to make semiconductor transistors that are free of silicon, the traditional material used in semiconductors. Molybdenite is touted as an alternative material to overcome the miniaturization limits of silicon.